A high school football player accused of allegedly raping a 13-year-old girl is being held on $50,000 bond in the county jail.

Quadon Montrel Henderson, 18, of Edmond, also known as Qua’Don Henderson, was arrested by Oklahoma City Police on a first-degree rape complaint for his role in the incident at a home near Rose Creek Golf Club.

The Edmond North all-purpose back was considering attending the Air Force, Colorado, Missouri, Navy, Oklahoma State and Tulsa, and had received scholarship offers from the Air Force and Navy, according to Rivals.com.

On Dec. 30, Oklahoma City Police responded to a calling party who said a female inside the Edmond area home had a rifle and was refusing to give them to the calling party, according to an OKCPD report.

The calling party told police the woman was not allowing the suspect who had allegedly had sex with her 13-year-old daughter to retrieve his belongings, police said.

Police said they detained the suspect, who had been living at the home, and that he was a friend of the mother’s son.

In the early morning hours on Dec. 30, after playing a football video game, the suspect asked the victim if she wanted to “go to bed with him,” police said. The victim told him she would.

The victim said the alleged rape occurred at about 2 a.m. in a bedroom, police said. The victim said while they were having sex another person in the home asked what the noise was. The victim said the suspect said it was “just him getting comfortable.”

Investigators collected unwashed bed sheets and other evidence from the bedroom, police said. Henderson is being held in the county jail on a forcible oral sodomy complaint.

Not every incident leads to a charge under the law. If charges are filed, innocence or guilt is determined by a court of law.

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